Yeah, but that's par for the course. Until you have a complete staff working full-time in an office, with full benefits and performance-based compensation, etc... you just aren't paying enough and have enough incentive for anyone to do very, very detailed and high quality work. That's just normal.
And I've seen many, many similar mistakes in reports by audited issuers, as well. In fact, it's rare that you DON'T see mistakes if you're paying careful attention. They all use their previous reports as templates and sometimes they overlook something that needed to be changed for the current report.
When you get to NYSE and some bigger companies on NASD, that's where you'll find well-produced reports with finesse.
I'm sure I'm not telling you anything you didn't really know already. I know it's difficult to get off the "I'm really starting to get p*ssed of at SB" wagon once you're on it (I'm still trying to step down off it), so you tend to get even more irritated whenever you (should read "I"
see more sloppiness. But I'm about ready to get off of that wagon with both feet. Let's see what SB brings next week with the shareholders' letter.